Is it easy for an expat to start a business in France?…. Freelancer, Business owner opinions wanted

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Seeking Business ownersWe are looking for 4 to 5 expats who run their own commercial activity here in France (freelance, company) to appear in a sidebar next to an article entitled “Is it easy for an expat to start a business in France”.  The article will be printed in the September issue of Expatriates Magazine. The sidebar will simply be entitled – Expat Business Owner Opinions…
We’re interested in all business activities and structures, your  experience and tips may help a fellow reader who is about to embark on a commercial venture. In return: your submission will be printed in the publication and online, with the following elements:

  • Photograph
  • Your Name
  • Your Business Name
  • Your Business Activity
  • Your Business Website
  • Your 2 answers to the questions presented below

In turn, your contribution will be shared with 50,000 expatriates online & up to 15,000 readers in print ( businesses, embassies, schools….) across Paris.

Thank you for your contribution

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